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Careers

After successfully completing our program, you will be prepared for an entry-level job as a chemical technician.

You can find job opportunities in

  • Laboratories
  • Chemical or pharmaceutical manufacturing

If you go on to earn a bachelor's degree, you can build a career in:

  • Teaching chemistry at the high school level
  • Research in industry or academia
  • Environmental science
  • Chemical or pharmaceutical sales
  • Forensic science
  • Materials science
  • Scientific journalism
  • Biochemistry or medical science

Professional Organizations

Projected Job Growth

Occupational Outlook Handbook

O*NET OnLine

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Contact

Northeast Campus

Marles McCurdy, Department Chair
817-515-6547
marles.mccurdy@tccd.edu

Northwest Campus

Juan Barbarin-Castillo, Physical Sciences Chair
817-515-7341
j.barbarin-castillo@tccd.edu

South Campus

Shelli Hull, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry
817-515-4539
shelli.hull @tccd.edu

Southeast Campus

John Coniglio, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry
817-515-3148
john.coniglio@tccd.edu

Trinity River Campus

Mark Eley, Associate Professor of Chemistry
817-515-1405
mark.eley@tccd.edu

Updated December 08, 2017